gurdiga at gmail.com
Fri Jun 22 13:08:04 UTC 2007
On 22/06/07, Nikos Vassiliadis <nvass at teledomenet.gr> wrote:
> On Friday 22 June 2007 14:23, Vlad GURDIGA wrote:
> > I'm afraid my background in this area is too thin to go that far...
> -CURRENT is for developers or users who want to contribute in
> the development process of FreeBSD. And as Noberto said, there
> is a lot of debugging info enabled, which make debugging
> possible, but hurt performance greatly.
> > I apologize for the noise.
> No worries, just download and install 6.2-RELEASE.
I'd love to but some of my hardware is not supported by 6.2.
Audio chipset Sigmatel 9221 is not supported.
My SATA controller had an issue on 6.2 (I wrote about that on the
and in the end I was advised to try -CURRENT. This is whar I did and
was happy for a while. Sound and HDD are working perfectly, and
performance is OK even with the debugging options enabled in kernel.
But now I am left without OpenOffice (yes, there is another current
thread here). I Guess it's time to switch to Google Docs for a while,
until 7-RELEASE is out.. ;-)
Thanks for comments.
> or a snapshot of 6-STABLE, which is updated
> in a slow pace, for fixes or security holes.
> Releases are considered to be the most stable.
> Install 6.2-RELEASE and if you feel like updating
> you can use freebsd-update.
> Keep in mind that all these new, old, released
> or other, are relative to the operating system
> itself and not the third party programs(packages,
> ports) you'll be using(GNOME, firefox, etc). Ports
> are not branched and same versions are used in
> all branches... So, running a supported release
> does not mean, that you have to run legacy packages.
> HTH, Nikos
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